Charles Burdett is the Principal Investigator on the large grant, 'Transnationalizing Modern Languages: Mobility. Identity and Translation in Modern Italian Cultures' that is a beacon project for the AHRC's 'Translating Cultures' theme. The project runs from 2014 to 2017 and explores a series of critical instances of linguistic and cultural translation with a specific focus on modern Italy and the experiences of mobility that are embedded in its recent history. The project uses the Italian case as a template from which to develop a renewed model for the work of Modern Languages and its applications in the 21st century ...
Charles Burdett studied Modern Languages (French and Italian) at Oxford University (BA 1989) where he also studied as a postgraduate, writing his doctoral thesis (awarded 1994) on Italian literary culture between the wars. He taught at Cardiff University (1993-97) and has worked at Bristol since 1997 as Lecturer, Senior Lecturer (2002), and Reader in Modern Italian Studies (2009).
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